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Witness appeal after pedestrian dies in M25 Waltham Abbey collision

Police are appealing for witnesses and dash cam footage after a fatal collision on the M25.

Officers were called to the M25 between J26-25 anti-clockwise at 18:46hrs on Wednesday, 31 July following a collision between a pedestrian and two cars.

Investigation launched in Islington after a man dies in hospital from assault injuries

A 60-year-old-man from Islington died at an east London hospital on Wednesday, 31 July.

His next of kin have been informed.

A post-mortem will take place in due course.

The investigation follows a call to police at 06:40hrs on Saturday, …

easyHotel to open on French Riviera

European Development Update

87-room hotel acquisition in Nice, France

easyHotel plc, the owner, developer and operator of “super budget” branded hotels, announces that the Group has exchanged contracts to acquire the freehold of the 87-room Ibis Palais des Congres, Nice

Man rescued from River Thames – saved by his mobile phone

A man who was rescued from the River Thames last night has been called ‘monumentally lucky’ by the firefighters who saved his life.

It is believed that the man was coming home from a night out when he decided to

Shoukry’s visit to Cyprus an important step in strengthening bilateral relations, said Egyptian FM

Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry’s visit to Cyprus on Wednesday was described as an important step in strengthening bilateral relations, a statement issued by the Egyptian Foreign Ministry in Cairo said.

The Ministry’s spokesperson, Ahmed Hafez said both sides discussed …

The UK paid half a million pounds to Kutchuk and Denktash provided Turkish Cypriots made no claims therefter 

The British government had paid half a million pounds in a joint account under Fazil Kutchuk and the late Turkish Cypriot leader Rauf Denktash, as part of a 1.5 million pound settlement which underlined that no claims would be made …

Enfield Local Studies service receives official recognition of excellence

Eight-hundred year old documents tracing Enfield’s fascinating history are well preserved and protected for future generations by the Council says the National Archive.
Enfield Local Studies Library & Archive has been awarded full Accredited Archive Service status by the National …

Barnet Healthy Heritage Walks launched

The Barnet Healthy Heritage Walks were launched on Saturday by our Mayor and Wellbeing Champion, Cllr Caroline Stock, with support from the Ramblers and British Guild of Tourist Guides.

Our first guided walk, from Hendon to Mill Hill, attracted members …

Islington Council launches bid to create London’s first Low Plastic Zone

Islington Council, working together with North London Waste Authority, this week launches its bid to create one of London’s first-ever Low Plastic Zones (LPZ) in Farringdon as part of bold action to help cut single-use plastic waste.

To take part

Man found in wheelie bin in Holloway died from drug overdose

The death of a man whose body was found in a wheelie bin in Islington was the result of a drug overdose.

Police were called to Tollington Road, Islington, shortly before 16:00hrs on Saturday, 11 May to reports of a